A non-candy class Valentine printable idea as cute as squishy little cheeks – “I SHALL CALL HIM SQUISHY AND HE SHALL BE MINE. HAPPY VALENTINES!” Get your FREE Valentines printables here!
I was just casually scrolling through Amazon, when I stumbled upon the most darling little squishy toy my eyes have ever seen.
I thought about getting them for my kiddos birthday, but when I noticed how affordable they were I couldn’t help but think how perfect they would be for a class Valentines idea!
Coming in sweet pastel colors, with an irresistible call to “squish me”, my kids were all on board.
I immediately thought of the quote from Dory on Finding Nemo – “I shall call him squishy and he shall be mine, and he shall be my squishy.”
So I made some printables to go with the squishy Valentines, for you to print and enjoy as well!
Every year I challenge myself to come up with a non-candy idea for class Valentines. I’m not totally against treats, but it doesn’t take long to realize what a bag full of sugar will do to your child when they come home and consume it all before you even have a chance to see it.
But finding a non-candy idea is not always very affordable.
These cute squishy toys come to about .40 cents each. More than a bag of tootsie rolls, for sure, but I can guarantee they will be a hit in the classroom. My kids adore their squishy texture and darling little animal faces.
Everything you need for this class Valentines project can be found below:
SUPPLIES FOR SQUISHY VALENTINES
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And grab your FREE printable from me below, just after you soak in all the cuteness from these little critters.
FREE VALENTINE PRINTABLE
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If you want to kick it up a notch on your non-candy class Valentines, check out my “Love you for all time, Valentines” idea. Because my preschooler has a small class, that’s the one I will have him pass out.
But when my niece refused to use the word “love” to the boys in her class, the “squishies” were made just for her!
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Thanks so much for reading! If you already have your kids class Valentines finished this year, be sure to pin this post to remember it later!
shane michael says
Hi! this are adorable and I would like to print but can’t access it? I’ve signed up for the emails, got the passcode but can’t find it. Would love your help! Thank you!
I’m trying to download the squishy valentines, but there is not a way to download. Thank you so very much for sharing.
I signed up. Why can’t I access the printable? I don’t see it anywhere
Kimberley Palmeter says
Hi! These are so adorable but can’t find the link!!
I have subscribed but unable to access the squishy printable even after using the given password. Please advise.
I’ve signed up, yet cannot access the squishy printable. Please advise?
I signed up for access yet still can’t get the printable…can you advise?
So cute! I’m totally doing this at work 😉
Marlene Stephenson says
My children and grandchildren are too old for these but i would almost like to have one they are so cute, must be going through my second childhood, lol!! Thanks Cami.
This is such a great idea! These are adorable! And I canNOT wait to try that soup recipe. You are awesome!
I’m dying, the squishy’s are adorable!!! Thank you, I’ll be ordering from your links!?
These are adorable! My daughter will love them, but I can’t get the link for the squishy toys to work?
Oh! Thanks for pointing that out! All fixed now! Glad you like them.
Hi! I can’t find the link for these adorable valentines. ?